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Selected Bibliography

This bibliography contains two major divisions. The first lists works by Poe and critical and biographical writings about him. The second lists other important works cited in the text and a few works of general reference.



A. Poe’s Writings

Brigham, Clarence S., ed. Edgar Allan Poe’s Contributions to Alexander’s Weekly Messenger. Worcester, Mass., 1943, reprinted from the Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society for April, 1942.

The Broadway Journal, I, (Jan. 4, 1845) to II (Jan. 3, 1846).

Burton’s Gentleman’s Magazine, IV (Feb., 1839) to VI (May, 1840).

Campbell, Killis, ed. The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. New York, 1917.

Graham’s Magazine, XIX (Nov., 1841) to XXIII (Sept., 1843).

Harrison, James A., Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe, 17 vols. New York, 1902.

Hubbell, J. B. “‘O Temporal O, Mores!’ A Juvenile Poem by Edgar Allan Poe,” University of Colorado Studies, Series B (Studies in the Humanities), II (Oct., 1945), 315-321.

Mabbott, Thomas Ollive, ed. Politian An Unfinished Tragedy. Menasha, Wis., 1923.

———— Selected Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. New York, 1928.

Ostrom, John Ward, ed. The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. Cambridge, Mass., 1948.

Poe, Edgar A. The Conchologist’s First Book, Philadelphia, 1839.

Stanard, Mary Newton, ed. Edgar Allan Poe Letters Till Now Unpublished In the Valentine Museum Richmond, Virginia. Philadelphia, 1925.

Stedman, Edmund Clarence and George Edward Woodberry, eds. The Works of Allan Poe, 10 vols. Chicago, 1894-1895.

The Saturday Evening Post, XXII (March 2, 1842) and XXIII (May 13, 1843). [page 363:]

The Southern Literary Messenger, II (1835) to IV (1837).

Spannuth, Jacob E., ed. Poe’s Contributions at Columbia Spy Doings of Gotham as Described ln a Series a Letters to the Editors of the Columbia Spy, etc. Pottsville, Pa., 1929.

Varner, John Grier, ed. Edgar Allan Poe and the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. Facsimile Reproduction of the First Texts of Poe’s Earliest Tales and “Raising the Wind.” Charlottesville, 1933.

Whitty, J. H., ed. The Complete Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. Boston and New York, 1917.

Wilson, James Southall, ed. The Letters of Edgar A. Poe to George W. Eveleth. Alumni Bulletin of the University of Virginia, Jan., 1924.


B. Biographical and Critical

Alderman, Edwin A. “Edgar Allan Poe and the University of Virginia,” Virginia Quarterly Review, I (April, 1925), 79-80.

Allan, Carlisle. “Cadet Edgar Allan Doe, U.S.A.,” American Mercury, XXIX (Aug., 1933), 446-455.

Allen, Hervey. Israfel: The Life and Times of Edgar Allan Poe, 2 vols. New York, 1926.

———— Israfel The Life and Times of Edgar Allan Poe, New York, 1934.

Alterton, Margaret. Origins of Poe’s Critical Theory (University of Iowa Humanistic Studies, Vol. II, No. 3). Iowa City, 1925.

Alterton, Margaret and Hardin Craig, eds. Edgar Allan Poe, in American Writers Series. New York, 1933.

Bailey, J. O., “Poe’s ‘Stonehenge,’” Studies in Philology, XXXVII (Oct., 1941), 645-651.

———— “Sources for Poe’s Arthur Gordon Pym, ‘Hans Pfaal,’ and Other Pieces,” PMLA, LVII (june,771727, 513-535.

Basler, Roy P. “The Interpretation of Ligeia,’” College English, (April 1944), 363-372.

Benson, Adolph B. “Scandinavian References in the Works of Poe,” JEGP, XL (Jan., 1941), 73-90.

———— “Sources of Poe’s ‘A Descent into the Maelstrom,’” JEGP, XLVI (July, 1947), 298-301. [page 364:]

Bonaparte, Marie. Edgar Allan Poe A Psycho-Analytic Interpretation, tr. by John Rodker. London, 1949.

Bond, Frederic Drew. “Poe as an Evolutionist,” Popular Science Monthly, LXXI (Sept. 1907) 267-274.

Bondurant„ Agnes M. Poe’s Richmond, Richmond, 1924.

Browne, W. Hand. “Poe’s ‘Eureka,’ and Recent Scientific Speculations,” New Eclectic Magazine, V (Aug., 1869), 190-199.

Bruce Philip Alexander. “Backgrounds of Poe’s University Life,” The South Atlantic Quarterly, X (July, 1911), 212-226.

Campbell, Killis. “Poe’s Reading,” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 5 (Oct. 32 1925), 166-196.

———— “Poe’s Reading: Addenda and Corrigenda,” University of Texas Studies in English, No, 6 (Dec. 22, 1924), 175-180.

———— “Marginalia on Longfellow, Lowell, and Poe,” Modem Language Notes, XLII (Dec., 1927), 520.

Chase, Lewis. “A New Poe Letter,” American Literature, VI March 1924), 66-69.

Cherry, Fannye N. “The Source of Poe’s ‘Three Sundays in a Week,’” American Literature, II (Nov., 1930), 2P-235.

Cobb, Palmer. The Influence of E. T. A. Hoffman on the Tales of Edgar Allan Poe. Chapel Hill, 1908.

Crawford, P. P. “Lewis and Clark’s edition as a Source of Poe’s ‘Journal of Julius Rodman,’” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 12 (July 8, 1932), 158-170.

Cutler, S. P. “Poe’s Eureka Reconsidered,” New Eclectic Magazine, V (Nov., 1869), 533-538.

Eliot, T. S. From Poe to Valery. New York, 1948.

Forrest, William Mentzel. Biblical Allusions in Poe. New York, 1928.

Fowler, O. S. and L. N. New Illustrated Self-Instructor in Phrenology and Physiology, etc. New York, 1884.

French, John C. “Poe’s Literary Baltimore,” Maryland Historical Magazine, XXXII (June, 1937), 101-112.

Friedman, William F. “Edgar. Allan Poe, Cryptographer,” American Literature, VIII (Nov., 1936), 266-280. [page 365:]

Griswold, Rufus Wilmot, ed. The Works of the Late Edgar Allan Poe with A Memoir by Rufus Wilmot Griswold, etc. New York, 1853.

Heartman, Charles F. and James R. Canny. A Bibliography of First Printings of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, etc. Hattiesburg, Miss., 1940.

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Hoagland, Clayton. “The Universe of Eureka,” Southern Literary Messenger, N. S., I (May, 1939), 307-313.

Hungerford Edward. “Poe and Phrenology,” American Literature, II (Nov., 1930), 209-231.

Ingram, John H. Edgar Allan Poe, His Life Letters, and Opinions, 2 vols. London, 1880.

Kent, Charles W. “Poe’s Student Days at the University of Virginia,” The Bookman, XIII (July, 1901), 431-440.

King, Lucille. “Notes on Poe’s Sources,” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 10 (July 8, 1930), 128-134.

Lafleur, Laurence J. “Edgar Allan Poe as Philosopher,” Personalist, XXII (Oct., 1941), 401-405.

Laverty, Carroll D. “The Death’s-Head on the Gold-Bug,” American Literature, XII (March, 1940), 88-91.

———— “Poe in 1847,” American Literature, XX (May, 1948), 163-168.

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McKeithan, D. M. “Two Sources of Poe’s ‘Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym’” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 13 (July 8, 1933), 116-137.

Mabbott, T. O. “Poe and Dr. Lardner,” American Notes and Queries, III (Nov., 1943), 115-117.

———— “Poe’s Balloon-Hoax,” New York Sun (Jan. 23, 1943), p. 6.

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Posey, Neill Meredith. “Notes on Poets ‘Hans Pfaal,’” Modern Language Notes, XLV (Dec., 1930), 501-507.

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Robertson, John W. A Bibliography of the Writings of Edgar Allan Poe, 2 vols. San Francisco, 1934.

Schreiber, Carl F. “Mr. Poe at His Conjurations Again,” The Colophon, Part II (1930), pages not numbered.

Stovall, Floyd. “An Interpretation of Poe’s ‘Al Aaraaf,’” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 9 (July 8, 1929), 106-133.

———— “Poets Debt to Coleridge,” University of Texas Studies in English, No. 10 (July 8, 1930), 70-127.

Taylor, James Bayard. “Letters from New York. No. XII,” The Saturday Evening Post (July 15, 1848).

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Wimsatt, W. K. Jr. “Poe and the Chess Automation,” American Literature, XI (May, 1939), 138-151. [page 367:]

———— “Poe and the Mystery of Mary Rogers,” PMLA, LVI (March, 1941), 230-248.

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*  The London Lancet was issued in two volumes each year, and the volumes were not numbered consecutively from year to year.



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